Intergang Follows Their Own Religion Dominated By Crime
For the Intergang, crime is not just an occupation, but a way of life. Outside of their Apokolips-sourced equipment, the group’s most valuable tool is a book caed the Crime Bible, which is actually not so different from the Christian Bible in terms of its content, but reinterprets all of its stories and teachings as a celebration of sin in lieu of condemning it. The book is the official text of the Religion of Crime – otherwise known as the “Dark Faith” – and was first introduced in 2006 during The New 52 era.
I mentioned earlier that Batwoman and Renee “The Question” Montoya once took on the Intergang, but I left out that the reason for their conflict involved the Crime Bible, which the syndicate’s then leader Bruno Mannaheim tried to use to create a cult of criminal minions in Gotham City. The investigation even leads Batwoman and The Question to cross paths with Black Adam and Isis (a.k.a. Adrianna Tomaz), who also have their own personal vendetta against the Dark Faith.
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Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson has a lot to celebrate these days. The actor recently wrapped production on Warner Bros. and DC’s Black Adam and, now, he’s enjoying the long-awaited release of Disney’s Jungle Cruise. The movie, which The Rock headlines alongside Emily Blunt, is set to arrive later this week, and the excitement for the film seems to be building. The film also just had its world premiere and, to mark the occasion, Johnson offered fans some words of “gratitude” and some cool footage from the event.
Yesterday, when JLo shared some brand spankin’ new looks at her 52-year-old self in a bikini for her own birthday, I could not help but notice that she, like her ex A-Rod, chose to get on a yacht to celebrate her birthday. That in itself seemed like a coincidence worth talking out. While the two are not the same age, their birthdays do fall within a week of one another, which means they’ve both been caught out and about taking pics on a yacht at the same time. Here’s one of JLo’s now viral birthday posts for her birthday, which falls on July 24th.
Enter for your chance to see James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad in advance! St. Louis is getting its own screening, which will take place on Tuesday, August 3, at 7 p.m. at AMC Esquire. We’re giving away 4 prize packs that include a ticket to the screening, along with a cell-phone fan, a beach ball, sunglasses, a hand fan, a mask, and a t-shirt! But if you don’t live in St. Louis, never fear! We’re also giving away 5 Fandango tickets (that each admit four people) that are redeemable anywhere Fandango is accepted in the United States. To enter for your chance to win, just enter our death pool below.
What Is The Suicide Squad Death Pool?
The idea of a “death pool,” for those who might not be as familiar, is to guess whether or not different people will be alive at the end of an event. As The Suicide Squad has made it very clear that you shouldn’t get too attached to its characters, we’ve decided to create a poll for you to guess who is going to die in the film! Simply select one character you think is going to die, and then fill out the form that will populate for your chance to see The Suicide Squad for free! And let’s be clear: the winners will be randomly selected. We are NOT choosing the winners based on who is correct, in order to avoid spoilers.
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But Black Adam won’t entirely be set in the days of ancient Kahndaq. Following 5,000 years, Dwayne Johnson’s version of the character will awaken in the present day and start dishing out his brutal form of justice. This will bring him into conflict with the Justice Society of America, which consists of Aldis Hodge’s Hawkman, Noah Centineo’s Atom Smasher, Quintessa Swindell’s Cyclone and Pierce Brosnan’s Doctor Fate. Black Adam’s cast also includes Sarah Shahi as Adrianna Tomaz, as well as Marwan Kenzari, James Cusati-Moyer, Bodhi Sabongui, Mo Amer, and Uli Latukefu in undisclosed roles. The criminal organization Intergang will also factor into the plot.
However, if you ask fellow Free Guy star Jodie Comer what she’s most excited for fans to discover, it’s the message at the center of the film. As we’re following an NPC player in a video game that tries to be “the great guy” in his life, there’s an undercurrent that takes the story in another direction than most would expect. It’s that unexpected humanity that really excites her about her work on Free Guy, which Ms. Comer described in this context:
The above image comes to us from Peyton Reed’s personal Twitter account, and marks the start of photography on Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania. In the image we see Cassie Lang’s ugly rabbit stuffed animal, which is placed suspiciously next to some biohazard containers. Considering the title of the upcoming movie and the characters’ dangerous work in the Quantum Realm, this cryptic post is sure to inspire a few fan theories.
Marvel fans can re-watch Ant-Man’s story in the MCU so far on Disney+. You can use this link to sign up for the streaming service.
Gasoline Alley – 2022 (Post-Production)
Moving on, we take a look at Gasoline Alley. According to Variety, Bruce Willis, alongside co-stars Luke Wilson and Devon Sawa, know for his part in the Final Destination series, have signed on for Gasoline Alley.
In this film, a “bruise-fisted” boss-type, Jimmy Jayne, ends up becoming implicated in a triple murder of three Hollywood stars, who drowned in a hotel pool. Willis and Wilson, who plays Freeland and Vargas, two homicide detectives, have him as their prime suspect. It’s up to Jayne to somehow clear his name – through any illegal means possible.
Edward Drake is yet again set to direct this film, and Variety also reported that production began in March of 2021. However, Highland Film also revealed a Pre-Cannes Film Festival tease of the film, according to Variety, so it seems that post-production is right around the corner.
From the company that brought us Midsommar, Uncut Gems, Hereditary, and so much more comes The Green Knight, a medieval fantasy film directed by David Lowery. A24’s latest blockbuster is a bold spin of the Arthurian legend Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, which follows the story of Sir Gawain, King Arthur’s nephew, who journeys to confront the Green Knight, a gigantic tree-like creature and tester of men. The epic features Dev Patel as Sir Gawain, along with Alicia Vikander, Joel Edgerton, Sarita Choudhury, and Sean Harris.
We saw reactions of the film from critics on social media last week, and they were overwhelmingly positive. Now critics have started to share their official reviews of the fantasy epic before it arrives in theaters this Friday, July 30, so let’s check out what they’re saying.
In case you need a refresher, Victoria was a vampire who, along with her comrades James and Laurent, were killing humans. This was a major no-no for the vegetarian Cullen family, who only drank animal blood. When the nomadic trio started murdering humans in the Cullens’ hometown of Forks, Washington, the Cullens were forced to reckon with the evil bloodsuckers. The trio tried to kill Bella Swan, but the Cullens quickly rose to her defense. In the ensuing battle, James was killed – leaving Victoria to enact her revenge in New Moon and Eclipse.